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El Dorado Hills Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry provides kind-hearted service

Jared W. Ruminson, DDS El Dorado Hills Cosmetic, Family & Implant Dentistry

DR. JARED W. RUMINSON, DDS, of El Dorado Hills Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry, believes in treating patients like family. Courtesy photo

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At El Dorado Hills Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry, Dr. Jared W. Ruminson and his qualified staff work by one simple rule: treat all patients exactly as if they are providing care for a close family member or friend. Regardless of whether they are filling a cavity or placing in porcelain veneers, nothing deters them from practicing this principle and providing top-notch service.

Dr. Ruminson specializes in both general and cosmetic dentistry, which means there is a wide array of services to fit several different needs. Patients can come in for a general cleaning and check-up, or they can look into options such as Invisalign braces or veneers if their smile isn’t quite the way they’d like it. The dental team also focuses on preventative care and educating patients on the best hygienic techniques. No matter what the situation is, Dr. Ruminson and his staff aim to provide the most effective and quality treatment plan tailored to the individual.

In 1998, Dr. Ruminson received his Doctorate of Dental Surgery from Loma Linda School of Dentistry, which is a Christian university located in Southern California. This experience influenced the vision of his practice and the way he treats his patients. Because his education was so outreach and mission-based, Dr. Ruminson learned a lot about the importance of helping people in need, as well as all of the necessary dental skills. As a result, he makes it a goal to travel with his staff at least every other year on a mission trip to provide free dental care. He has traveled to countries such as Mexico, Peru and Dominican Republic to offer care for those less fortunate. Dr. Ruminson even tries to help out on a local level as much as he can. He will often go to nearby churches and offer complementary dental services to church members if there is a great need and the person cannot afford treatment.

Because of these kind-hearted actions and a dedication to helping others, Dr. Ruminson and his staff are a favorite to many in El Dorado County.

“We truly do treat people the way we would want to be treated ourselves,” Dr. Ruminson said. “Many of our patients are also our friends — this helps during the treatment process and also creates a lot of trust.”

In addition to believing in strong relationships with patients, Dr. Ruminson strongly promotes continuing higher education. He believes it is important to always stay up-to-date with the latest technology and dental practices, so his staff completes about 350 hours per year of continuing education. The requirement for dentists is only 25 hours per year, but he goes way beyond this standard to provide the best of the best.

When Dr. Ruminson is not working, he can be found spending time with his wife, Julie, and three daughters. His wife also works at the office as a registered dental hygienist, contributing to this family-focused business.

El Dorado Hills Cosmetic and Implant Dentistry is located at 993 Governor Drive, Suite 104. For more information, call 916-941-1515 or visit drruminson.com.

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  • Forest Hills dentistFebruary 05, 2014 - 10:11 am

    A wonderful grin is without a doubt a stake and that goes without saying. Notwithstanding, shouldn't something be said about the individuals who have had the hardship to be conceived with screwy or deformed teeth? Most individuals have a tendency to be discouraged when they see others donning flawless teeth.

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  • NicoleFebruary 20, 2014 - 9:54 am

    This was a great post on another dentist giving back by treating his patients with kindness. Thanks for sharing.

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